Left eye won't open when waking - no sign of infection
For the last week I have found my left eye doesn't want to open when waking. If I close my eyes tightly and then open them a few times the left eye will open. I do not need to pry them open. They do feel dry and I have wondered if this is just from dry eye. I tried eye drops before bed, but that didn't help. This occurs even after a short nap. MRI is scheduled for Monday. Hopeful nothing is wrong, but wondering why this is happening. I'll try the B12 mentioned by others in this forum.
Even I have the similar sypmtoms , difficult opening right eye in the morning after waking up... and tingling sensation in the toes of left foot.. I think this is due to some nerve disorder ..
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